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The Great Gatsby Research ProjectStudent First and Last NameDateTeacherLiterary Term Analysis
Literary Element – Symbolism
Chapter #, page #Element: SymbolismDefinition: Anything that stands for or represents something else.Original Quote “The ‘death car,’ as the newspapers called it, didn’t stop” (Fitzgerald 144).ExplanationIn The Great Gatsby Jay Gatsby’s car is first referred to as a “splendid car,” and is later referred to as a ‘death car’. The presence of Gatsby’s car among a funeral procession in early chapters foreshadows the car’s violent transformation into a weapon of death, and also foreshadows Gatsby’s demise. Gatsby drives a gaudy Rolls Royce. His car is initially admired for its image of glamour. Gatsby’s car is symbolic of wealth, but is later a symbol of death.Literary Term Analysis
Literary Element – Symbolism
Chapter #, page #
Element: SymbolismDefinition: Anything that stands for or represents something else.Original Quote “The ‘death car,’ as the newspapers called it, didn’t stop” (Fitzgerald 144).ExplanationIn The Great Gatsby Jay Gatsby’s car is first referred to as a “splendid car,” and is later referred to as a ‘death car’. The presence of Gatsby’s car among a funeral procession in early chapters foreshadows the car’s violent transformation into a weapon of death, and also foreshadows Gatsby’s demise. Gatsby drives a gaudy Rolls Royce. His car is initially admired for its image of glamour. Gatsby’s car is symbolic of wealth, but is later a symbol of death.
Literary Term Analysis
Literary Element – Symbolism
Chapter #, page #Element: SymbolismDefinition: Anything that stands for or represents something else.Original Quote “The ‘death car,’ as the newspapers called it, didn’t stop” (Fitzgerald 144).ExplanationIn The Great Gatsby Jay Gatsby’s…

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